9/11 conspiracy theorists do not always remain bound by 9/11.
Glancing at the UK Truth movements discussion forum you will find all manner of nutty nonsense, from the age old Jewish conspiracy theories to more recent crackers like the Skull and Bones Society and Bilderbergs.
The August 2007 issue of Nexus has a big article on this years Bilderberg conference by Daniel Estulin. This article is a real curates egg - whilst the list of attendees is interesting (I spotted George Osborne, the Tory Shadow Chancellor on there) I still don't get just what is so strange about sections of the ruling class and soon to be ruling class getting together to talk policy - it would be more curious if they did not.
Estulin also suffers - as do many in the 9/11 'research' community - from an inability to use primary sources, and to a terminal inability to grapple with the concept of Muslim organisations that are not the sole proxy of Western interests. He tells us about alleged links between the Bilderbergs and the Muslim Brotherhood, and that several of the 9/11 hijackers were Muslim Brotherhood members. This is completed with the information that Al-Qaeda's number two, Ayman al-Zawahiri is a "lifelong member of the Brotherhood".
Anyone who has read al-Zawahiri's book "Knights Under The Prophets Banner" will have noted the extreme bile bordering on hatred that he expresses for the Muslim Brotherhood, whom Al-Qaeda regard as having sold out, especially in al-Zawahiri's home country of Egypt.
In his rush to equate the Muslim Brotherhood, and by extension, Al-Qaeda with the Bilderbergs, Daniel Estulin misses such distinctions. A shame, because others, especially those who see the Bilderbergs for more than what they are, will repeat his inaccuracies.